Have recently installed Visual Studio 2017 (release candidate version). And I’m not a big fan of the vertical lines between if declarations, methods, classes and namespaces. It becomes very cluttered when you have a lot of if’s or short methods.
But fourtunately it’s easy to hide the lines, uncheck the option “Show structure guide lines” in Tools > Options > Text Editor > General > Display.
Hide lines between braces option:
show structure guide lines
Wow now is Visual Studio 2017 available for test (release candidate version). Microsoft seems to release a new version every second year now of Visual Studio. Some new features I really like so far:
- Visual Studio has been optimized to reduce startup time and solution load time. The very first launch of Visual Studio is at least 50% faster. I mean who likes slow software. =)
- Reference method returns.
- Value tuples where you could convert anonymous object to a tuple.
Get i from: https://www.visualstudio.com/vs/visual-studio-2017-rc/